Within a few years of his January 1910 birth, artist/writer and “primo Popeye” voice actor Jack Mercer started his entertainment legacy. Let’s look at a few vintage Mercer grooves.
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In 1938, The National Board of Review magazine published a radio transcript of “an instructional talk” by Fleischer animator Tom Moore and voice/story artist Jack Mercer.
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I was shocked to hear of Mike Sporn’s passing on Sunday. He has left us much too soon, but not without making an amazing mark in the history of animation….